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Though their main focus has traditionally been on oil-related work in lusophone Africa, Portuguese law firms are beginning to strengthen their African corporate restructuring and litigation practices –
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Novartis' Leonor Pissarra believes that if mistakes are not highlighted, relationships between clients and their external lawyers can never improve
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The innovative nature of the Barcelona economy is both a benefit and a burden for lawyers in the Catalan capital – meanwhile, if Catalonia was to achieve independence, the effect on its law firms...
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Opportunities in the areas of real estate, finance and venture capital could lead to other international law firms launching operations in Lisbon.
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Consequently, Monge de Gouveia says that the head of legal at Renault Group is a person who works alongside the business team as part of its management.
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Lisbon law firm CCA Ontier has enjoyed a period of consistent growth in recent years, but managing partner Domingos Cruz wants more.
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Having a lawyer who adds value, responds quickly and who offers a high-quality service at a good price, are the most important considerations, says Exterion's Juan José Hijas Galvez.
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A relationship-only approach is increasingly uncommon among clients and is being replaced by a professional, business-driven method of sourcing legal services, says Silvia Hodges Silverstein.
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The workflow for law firms in Madrid is looking much healthier than it did 12 months ago – however, this is posing difficulties for managing partners who now have to consider the best way to...
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Indeed, sport-related legal advice – which accounts for around 20 per cent of the firm's revenue – is a rapidly growing area of business for the firm.
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While law firms in Spain that successfully navigated the crisis may be breathing a huge sigh of relief, they face a new set of challenges.
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They say that there are structural problems in the labour market, specifically too many temporary and short-term contracts, as well as low salaries and low productivity.
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Biggest Spanish law firm by revenue has announced it will use robots to speed up analysis of legal documentation, while Uría Menéndez confirms it is evaluating the use of AI for speeding up processes
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In-house lawyers that used to work at law firms know when external lawyers are billing for time unnecessarily, says Siemens Gamesa's Javier Cabezudo.
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Even some of Iberia's biggest businesses are still not properly addressing the issue of compliance, yet lawyers sometimes face the challenge of convincing them that their reputation could be at risk ...
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